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Song Parodies -> "We Don't No Indoctrination"

Original Song Title:

"The Wall"

Original Performer:

Pink Floyd

Parody Song Title:

"We Don't No Indoctrination"

Parody Written by:

Big G

The Lyrics

This is based yet again on the blatant liberal bais in the Universities of today.
[NARAL Student Rep.]
George Bush he SUCKS!
No? DEAL WITH IT!

When we were young and in school
There were certain teachers who would lie to students in anyway they could

By spreading their deception
Upon everything Bush did
And failing every right wing
However carefully hidden by the FIRE

But in (But in) Nail Boortz's class it was well known
When they got home at night their fat
Psychopathic minds would come up with even more lies

When don't need no indoctrination
We don't need no thought control
No liberalism in class room

Teachers cut your opinions out
HEY TEACHERS cut your opinions out

All in all your just a bunch of libs in the hall
All in all your just a bunch of libs in the hall

[Chorus Sung by Campus Republicans of ASU]

When don't need no indoctrination
We don't need no thought control
No liberalism in class room

Teachers cut your opinions out
HEY TEACHERS cut your opinions out

All in all your just a bunch of libs in the hall
All in all your just a bunch of libs in the hall

[English Professor]
Come on stop the war
Come on stop the war

[Criminal Justice Professor]
If you don't go to trial
You were extorted
How can you have all your rights if plead out?

You! Prison is curel and unusal

The first vocal (by NARAL) was based on a girl who wore a shirt that said Good Bush bad Bush (I'll leave that to your imagination).The Closing comment on stop the war is based on the posters all around my campus for an anti-war rallyThe last comment is one the many claims my criminal justice professor made in his class.

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Song cop - September 03, 2005 - Report this comment
Isn't TOS called "Another Brick In The Wall"? I think it is.
Big G - September 03, 2005 - Report this comment
No just: the wall
Adagio - September 03, 2005 - Report this comment
Good work!! Should have thought of the "thought" control bit myself...but I'm glad you came up with it. Lots of 5's!
Fran - September 04, 2005 - Report this comment
Good connecting between "indoctrination", "thought control", and "liberalism". Well thought out. 5's
Michael Pacholek - September 04, 2005 - Report this comment
Even if I agreed with the politics, this is awful. Bad pacing, bad rhythm, no wit and completely monotonous. (OK, the monotony is understandable, since it is, after all, Pink Floyd, the most overrated band of all time.) It's bad enough to be right-wing and talented like Guy DiRito and Malcolm Higgins. But you're so weak in your writing, we're Fitu be tied.
Big G - September 04, 2005 - Report this comment
You must have your eyes closed if you can't see that I am right about this topic. Read a few of Mike Adams' articles and he proves that Univesities are basicly liberal city.
Big G - September 04, 2005 - Report this comment
Oh and enjoy the wrath of the Pink Floyd fans, cause I'm pointin em right to you!
Mel - September 05, 2005 - Report this comment
Teachers are liberal? Well, gee whiz, I can't imagine why you would think that. Modern American conservativism downplays the importance of education, openly denigrates science in all its applications, and speaks out against the importance of literature in the classroom. They end up categorically dismissing everything that education is about. Then they attack the educators for doing what they're supposed to do. Are you upset that students might hear something from their teachers that they don't personally believe? GOOD! I learned far more from engaging the teachers I disagreed with than I did from acting the bobble-head for teachers who only spoke of things I agreed with. Kids should be taught to have mental spines. Teach them debate, teach them logic, teach them research methods. Then you could send them into schools run by literal Nazis, and they'd have the ability to figure things out for themselves. Quit protecting them from idiots, and let them find the idiots on their own!
Big G - September 05, 2005 - Report this comment
In reality right wingers are just sick of throwing money at schools hoping the problem will go away, if liberals would stop screaming and whining and complaing about vouchers then the education problem would be gone. Yeah a little diversity is OK but not the Bush sucks no matter difference, a black-helicopter theorist is a moron either way.
K.Y.L.E. - September 06, 2005 - Report this comment
No I think Song Cop is correct. "The Wall" was teh name of teh album.
Agrimorfee - September 06, 2005 - Report this comment
Of course, the song that Big G is parodying is "Another Brick In the Wall Part 2". But, the parody sucks. Is there any neo-con who can write a decent political parody besides Offender?
Big G - September 06, 2005 - Report this comment
Mmm, once again the liberals manage to bring debate to the level of two year olds. Why are we even debating the title of the song for crying out LOUD I want a liberal that won't dodge debate. ON second thought I don't the more you liberals dodge debate and use words like "sucks" and neo-con then the world will eventully figure out that you have nothing to give and turn from you.
K.Y.L.E - September 07, 2005 - Report this comment
Forging my name again?
Big G - September 08, 2005 - Report this comment
What???
Agrimorfee - September 09, 2005 - Report this comment
I'm willing to step up here, Big G. I am not dodging any debate, and I don't care that you got the song title wrong, I just question your artistic ability...if your song was any good, I could take something away from it and learn what you are trying to espouse. I cite Offender for this reason--even though he writes some stuff that I totally disagree with. His sardonic sense of humor and craft raises valid points without turning me off-- As your work does. Whining and complaining indeed. Here's Offender's take on school vouchers, as a comparison: http://www.amiright.com/parody/80s/journey33.shtml. Peace out.
Big G - September 10, 2005 - Report this comment
Um, this is about my experinces with liberal bias in colleges. It wasn't mean to be LOL funny it was meant to make people notice the telescreens that the Univestiy of North Carolina at Wilmington just ordered.
K.Y.L.E - September 10, 2005 - Report this comment
Assuming the "What??" comment is a reply to my "Forging my name again?", then that was a reply to a mystery person who submitted a comment under the name "K.Y.L.E". It wasn?t me, it was an imposter.
Corey - April 30, 2006 - Report this comment
It's called "Another Brick in the Wall Pt. 2". If you include "Happiest Days of our lives", "Another Brick in the Wall Pt. 1-3", and "Goodbye Cruel World" then it's called - The Wall"".

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